Sullivan County Democrat
Callicoon, New York
September 19, 2006 Issue
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September 30, 2003 News:
Yulan Celebrates Von Steuben Day
Legislator Candidate Disputes DWI Charges
Sixteen Lauded for History Preservation

Crusaders Fall to the Wildcats
Roscoe Lights Up the Game
Yellowjackets Swatted
September 26, 2003 News:
Enter the House Made Out of Hay
Experts Talk About Casinos' Next Steps
Adult Homes Owner Guilty of Illegal Operations

Sullivan West Can't Withstand Marlboro
Comets Spike Bulldogs
Wildcats Scratched by Blue Devils
September 23, 2003 News:
More Than 5,000 Say 'No' to County Landfill
Accident Turns Into Library's Add-On
Casino Conference Will Be Under Tent

Bulldogs Steamrolled
Bears Fight Way to Top
Roscoe Blitzed by Hancock
September 19, 2003 News:
Soldier – and Son – Returns Home
'It's a Miracle' Show Finds One Right Here
Statewide Conference Tackles Tough Issues

Fallsburg Shuts Out Chester
Family Falls to Yellowjackets
Warriors Overwhelm Monticello Panthers
September 16, 2003 News:
Local Groups Remember 9/11
County Facing Tough Budget
Casino Approval By This Spring?

Roscoe Slips to Defeat
Wildcats Run Past Eldred
Bulldogs Bite Burke
September 12, 2003 News:
Should Boat Access Be Public or Private?
County Is Next Stop on 'Tour De Smile'
Monticello Gears Up for Bicentennial

Panthers Left Panting
Comets Streak Past Blue Devils
Comets Eke Out a Win
September 9, 2003 News:
On the Run – For a Good Cause
Local Lady Hits 100th Year in Stride
Fallsburg Plans for New Town Hall

Liberty Slams Chester
Bulldogs Fight With Bulldogs
Lady Falcons Earn First Win
September 5, 2003 News:
Rain Washes Roads Away
Meet Alan Sorensen, Assembly Candidate
Raymond and Harold Gold to Be Honored

The Very First SW Varsity Volleyball Game
T-V Soccer Tourney Tough for Panthers
T-V Invite Draws a Few Winners
September 2, 2003 News:
Brand-New SCCC Dorms Dedicated
County Planning Head Resigns
New Fosterdale Light Is Delayed

Soccer Camp Taught By Sport's Best
Area Teams Prepare for Football Season
A Look Ahead at Eldred Soccer
August 29, 2003 News:
Series of Landfill Meetings Begin
Roscoe Resident Posts Blunt Message
Ben & Jerry's Apologizes

Lewis Auto Parts Wins Softball Title
New 'Hall of Fame' Has Local Inductees
Lake Is Drained With Fish Still in It
August 26, 2003 News:
Landfill Stink Continues
County Visitors Fight AIDS on Two Wheels
Smallwood Marks 75th Birthday

Liberty Softballers Work on Best-of-Five
'Democrat' Crowns Two New Champs
Automotive Beauties Visit Local Speedway
August 22, 2003 News:
Ground Broken for Crystal Run
Elections Lawsuit Is Dismissed
Casino Project Is Detailed

Fire Departments Battle Each Other
Meet Manor's New Athletic Director
Who Will Win 'The Democrat'?
August 19, 2003 News:
Ben & Jerry's Cancels Concerts
Sullivan County Survives Blackout
New Movie Premieres at Liberty Theatre

Slow Pitch Playoffs Continue in Liberty
And the Softball Winner Is . . .
SW Sports Faces Complex Busing
August 15, 2003 News:
Sullivan County Not Dark Anymore
Residents Beg DEC to Close Landfill
History Makers, Preserver Awarded

Angels Win Title
Harness Racer Sets New Record
Liberty Softball Playoffs Begin
August 12, 2003 News:
Top Awards Bestowed in Sullivan Renaissance
New Liberty Supt. Has Eye on Improvements
Highland Celebrates 150th Anniversary

Nearly 100 Runners Conquer Jeff Jam
Rain Shortens Tournament
Catskill Junior Tour Keeps Moving Along
August 8, 2003 News:
Aileen Gunther Announces Run
Cadets Lauded for High Achievement
Coming Soon to You: The Local Hospital

Top Hoopsters Golf for Charity
Angels Get Going at Playoffs Start
The Winners in the Billings Amateur Trot
August 5, 2003 News:
All the World's a Parade Saturday
Aileen Gunther Announces Run
The DOT: Fixing Roads, Saving Lives

Ms. Monticello Raceway Crowned
SW, Downsville Capture Titles
A Monster of a Run
August 1, 2003 News:
The Latest on Casino Gaming
Big Stars Coming to Woodstock
Local Photographer Captures 9/11 Images

Ma and Pa's Outslugs Trotter's
Locals Learn Soccer the English Way
Yankee Anthem Stars in NY Sires Stakes
July 29, 2003 News:
County, Towns Plan for Public Busing
Senator Schumer Visits Sullivan
Harley Owners Rrrrraise Funds

River Race Leaves Everyone Breathless
Locals Play Ball for Jonathan
Angels Edge CES
July 25, 2003 News:
Possible Tornado Blasts Through Area
Corps Keeps Its Home; Village Eyes Rhulen Bldg.
County Wrestles With Spokesperson Position

Meet the Women's Softball All-Stars
Golf Champs Win Twice Over
Basketball Camp Keeps Growing
July 22, 2003 News:
Monticello Fears 'Monstrosity'
Residents Honor Long-Ago War Dead
Group Works on Better Relations

Spartans Split Doubleheader
Why Chad Beeten Left the Generals
Getting Ready for the Nationals
July 18, 2003 News:
Who Will Succeed Jake Gunther?
County Wants to 'Verify' Casino Figures
Judge Says Casino Legislation Is Legal

'It Doesn't Get Any Better Than That'
Mud, Noise, Wind: Absolutely Perfect
Chris Depew Takes the Helm at SCCC
July 15, 2003 News:
Hundreds Attend Gunther's Funeral
Top 'Bards' to Be in Callicoon
More of Ben and Jerry's Concert Plans Revealed

The Nugget No Match for Charlie's Angels
Spartans Fall to Bandit Attack
Spartans Fall to Kingston
July 11, 2003 News:
Region Mourns Loss of Jake Gunther
Railroad Station May Be Reborn
Tusten, U.S. Share Birthdays

Siegel Can't Compete Against Mr. Willy's
Nevele Grand Course Offers Real Challenge
Over $105,000 Up for Grabs
July 8, 2003 News:
A Zinger of a Fourth
Festival's Just as Sweet as Ever
Sullivan Renaissance Moves Awards Ceremony

They Called It 'The Freedom Crusade'
Hundreds Compete in 'Fighting Fires'
Popular Soccer Camp Is Back
July 4, 2003 News:
Barbecue to Benefit Young Cancer Patient
For Those Who Give So Much
County, Casino Interests Downplay Feds' Decision

Hot On and Off the Track
Mr. Willy's Tops Roark's
Alpine Dandy's Wins NY Sires Stakes
July 1, 2003 News:
And the Performing Arts Center Name Is . . .
Casino Squabbling Intensifies
Nurses, CRMC Finally Agree

It's Called a Smoke-Free Fishing Derby
How the SW Softball Team Did This Year
How the Roscoe Baseball Team Did
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